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Biden’s Executive Privilege Claim Escalates Tensions With Congress on Mental Fitness Concerns

President Biden has claimed executive privilege over his audio interviews with former Special Counsel Robert Hur, resulting in a showdown with Congress and the House Oversight Committee. The Republican members of the committee assert that the recordings will reveal President Biden’s declining mental state, leading to a mishandling of classified documents. Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer stated that the White House’s efforts to assert executive privilege do not change the committee’s determination to move forward with its investigation.

In addition to Congress, several media outlets, including ABC News, AP, Bloomberg, CBS, CNN, WSJ, NBC, Reuters, Washington Post, and Univision, have submitted Freedom of Information Act requests for the tapes. Furthermore, multiple news outlets are suing the Department of Justice under FOIA to obtain access to the audio from President Biden’s interview with Special Counsel Hur.

The Republican perspective on President Biden’s invocation of executive privilege emphasizes the potential impact of the recordings on the American people’s perception of the President’s mental capacity and his handling of sensitive documents. The GOP is critical of the administration’s decision to assert executive privilege and is dedicated to pursuing the release of the audio recordings through legal and congressional avenues.

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